Try using a catch basin when you wash your fruits and vegetables. You can re-use this to water your plants.
You can save a lot of water by running full loads. You may be using more than the dishwasher itself of you pre-rinse your dishes. Try scraping them off completely with a spatula instead.
If you suspect your toilet is leaking, please contact the Leasing Center. In fact, if you have any leaks in your home, we’d like to know about them. A dripping faucet can waste more than 50 gallons per day or 18,000 gallons per year.
By comparison, in Europe the average is only 25 gallons daily.
In some areas, water bills are now higher than energy bills. Help keep water rates affordable by conserving this natural resource.
Save more than 90% of your water consumption while brushing your teeth or shaving. Turn off the water until you are ready to rinse.
Shorter showers save money. They save the fuel necessary to heat the water, as well. If you run the shower to warm up the bathroom, you may use 60 gallons of water before you even get wet!